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World's 1st video Haggadah released

Traditional text that Jews have read for centuries combined with added twist of video interpretation

The world’s first complete video Haggadah, combining the traditional text that Jews have read for centuries with the added twist of video interpretation, has been released ahead of Passover.


This revolutionary Haggadah, written in English and Hebrew, is sprinkled with beautiful photographs taken by award-winning Israeli photographer Yehoshua Halevi. The videos include explanations, animations and audio clips.


Seder goers can download the Haggadah for free as a PDF file from the Israel365 website ( The entire liturgy is included along with the technological upgrades so people wanting a picture-filled Passover can print the Haggadah out and enjoy it even without the video.


According to the Israel365 company, veterans looking to reinvigorate an old family tradition will find the Haggadah familiar, while those experiencing their first Seder will appreciate how easy it is to navigate.



פרסום ראשון: 03.22.13, 12:55
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